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#love #sicilyproverbs
There is a word, a phrase, for every moment and every occasion. A true Sicilian knows this very well.
This is a #proverbs on love
"L’ amuri è come a tussi…nun si po ammucciari" “Love is like a cough… impossible to hide”
#thesicilywelove #thesicilyweare
Take a break and come to #sicily...
Have a lovely day by www.lavillagiardininaxos.com/eng
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#love #sicilyproverbs
There is a word, a phrase, for every moment and every occasion. A true Sicilian knows this very well.
This is a #proverbs on love
"L’ amuri è come a tussi…nun si po ammucciari" “Love is like a cough… impossible to hide”
#thesicilywelove #thesicilyweare
Take a break and come to #sicily...
Have a lovely day by www.lavillagiardininaxos.com/eng
Photo by Davide Colli.
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#amazingplace #sicily #baroque #serpotta
The Church of the Gesù (#chiesadelGesù), #ChurchofSaintMaryofGesu (chiesa di Santa Maria di Gesù) or Casa Professa is one of the most important Baroque churches in #Palermo.
The interior decoration included marble bas-reliefs on the tribuna depicting the Adoration of the Shepherds (1710–14) and Adoration of the Magi (1719–21), by Gioacchino Vitagliano, after designs attributed to Giacomo Serpotta - both reliefs survive. A fresco of the Adoration of the Magi was also added to the walls of the second side-chapel to the right by Antonino Grano in the 1720s. The church also contains a relief of the Glory of St Luke by Ignazio Marabitti.
Have a lovely day by www.lavillagiardininaxos.com/eng
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#amazingplace #sicily #baroque #serpotta
The Church of the Gesù (#chiesadelGesù), #ChurchofSaintMaryofGesu (chiesa di Santa Maria di Gesù) or Casa Professa is one of the most important Baroque churches in #Palermo.
The interior decoration included marble bas-reliefs on the tribuna depicting the Adoration of the Shepherds (1710–14) and Adoration of the Magi (1719–21), by Gioacchino Vitagliano, after designs attributed to Giacomo Serpotta - both reliefs survive. A fresco of the Adoration of the Magi was also added to the walls of the second side-chapel to the right by Antonino Grano in the 1720s. The church also contains a relief of the Glory of St Luke by Ignazio Marabitti.
Have a lovely day by www.lavillagiardininaxos.com/eng
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#amazingplace #sicily #baroque #serpotta
The Church of the Gesù (#chiesadelGesù), #ChurchofSaintMaryofGesu (chiesa di Santa Maria di Gesù) or Casa Professa is one of the most important Baroque churches in #Palermo.
The interior decoration included marble bas-reliefs on the tribuna depicting the Adoration of the Shepherds (1710–14) and Adoration of the Magi (1719–21), by Gioacchino Vitagliano, after designs attributed to Giacomo Serpotta - both reliefs survive. A fresco of the Adoration of the Magi was also added to the walls of the second side-chapel to the right by Antonino Grano in the 1720s. The church also contains a relief of the Glory of St Luke by Ignazio Marabitti.
Have a lovely day by www.lavillagiardininaxos.com/eng
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#wrecksmessina #sicilyscubadiving
Sicily’s #shipwrecks are impressive dive sites. They are mini-reef systems, rich in colourful marine life, and archaeological sites offering rare evidence of past technology, trade and shipboard life.
Here some photos of Messina Strait's wrecks.
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#carnivalpastry #sicilycarnival #sicilypastry #carnival
It's time to make #chiacchiere ( "little gossips" ), tipycal carnival thin fried pastries!
Recipes
1 lb all-purpose flour
1 ½ oz confectioners sugar
2 eggs
1 ½ oz butter
½ cup milk
1 tablespoon Marsala or Grappa
1 pinch salt
⅛ oz baking soda
vanilla powder (or vanilla extract) to taste
frying oil, as needed
Pour out the flour onto a flat work surface. Make a hole in the center and add the other ingredients in the center, except for the milk. Gradually add the milk as you begin to knead the dough.
Using your hands or an electric mixer, knead the dough until it is smooth, then cover in plastic wrap and let rest for 15 minutes. Then, divide the dough into pieces and roll out the dough until 1/10 inch using a rolling pin or pasta machine. Use a knife or pasta cutter to cut out diamonds or whatever shape you prefer. Fry the dough in boiling oil. The dough should be completely submerged in the oil for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Once golden, remove the fritters using a slotted spoon and place them on parchment paper.
Dust the fritters with powdered sugar. The chiacchiere can be served immediately or stored for a couple of days.
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